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Plot: Video game bad guy Ralph and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz must risk it all by traveling to the World Wide Web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope’s video game, Sugar Rush. In way over their heads, Ralph and Vanellope rely on the citizens of the internet — the netizens — to help navigate their way, including an entrepreneur named Yesss, who is the head algorithm and the heart and soul of trend-making site BuzzzTube.
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Gets right into the “Internet” part of _Ralph Breaks the Internet_ real early in the piece, and scarcely plods along ever-after. I was surprised that I enjoyed the first _Wreck-It Ralph_ movie, but I was expecting a step down in quality for this one, which I absolutely got. There’s still some things to like, and even the core message is an important one we don’t see much of, plus i’m sure this will work as a movie for kids, which to be fair is its target demographic, I’m just saying I don’t think I’ll ever come back to see Ralph break the Internet a second time around.
_Final rating:★★½ – Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._
Marginally exceeds the original, at least in my eyes.
The internet setting works way better than the video game world. Don’t get me wrong, I very much enjoyed ‘Wreck-It Ralph’. I just think this one feels much more relatable, the vast majority of viewers understand the internet as opposed to the smaller market for old arcade games. For that, it means you can do some much more with the premise. All the references are amusing, while the inclusion of the Disney world itself is pretty cool.
I do have a few critiques, of course. The run time is about 20 minutes too long, while the final act isn’t as great as it could’ve been. Everything else, though, they get mostly spot on. It’s very entertaining, the end credit scenes are terrific too.
John C. Reilly (Ralph) and Sarah Silverman (Vanellope) are again very good, Jane Lynch (Calhoun) and Jack McBrayer (Felix) are marginalised but I’d argue that’s fine – there’s not much more you could do with those two characters. Alan Tudyk returns too, albeit in a new role as KnowsMore. I’m not usually a fan of same actor/different character, but that newbie is fun. Taraji P. Henson (Yesss) and Gal Gadot (Shank) are two newcomers, Gadot’s character is more memorable but both are up-to-scratch.
I really like this ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’, it’s a rare Disney animated sequel that has strong quality.
It seems like an opportunity lost
As a standalone film this was funny and nice to look at, but as a sequel it was terrible. Thus overall it was average. Wreck it Ralph is one of my favorite animated films – it managed to be an homage to retro gaming whilst telling a story about a misguided but loveable ‘bad guy’ finding out what really matters in life.
Ralph Breaks The Internet undoes all the good the first one did – Ralph is now an abusive (or should I say ‘insecure’) friend who has not one, but TWO cliche ‘We were best friends and everything was perfect but now you did something that’s upset me so I’m going to walk away and DON’T FOLLOW ME moments’. The film lacks any subtletly in dealing with its themes of toxic relationships (both personal and over the internet), and is far more comfortable in its amusing Internet references than it is in trying to make a statement.
There were so many missed opportunities to link it with the first film. For example, it is made clear that the allure of modern games is that they’re constantly being updated and feel new. This was the perfect chance for the film to show that retro games, that always stay the same and live in our memory, have merit too. But nope, that didn’t happen. To me, it feels like a Disney exec wanted to tell a story of the dangers / joys of the internet, and the dangers / joys of clingy friendships, but forced these messages into Wreck it Ralph where it just doesn’t fit. It’s used as a vehicle for this message, weaving its way around a bombardment of internet references in trying to do so.
I can understand why people enjoyed it – I laughed a lot during the first half, and one or two of the emotional moments were quite powerful. But in lacking any nuance or any reverence to the first film, I cannot recommend it to fans of the first.
Disney breaks my favorite characters to prove how “woke” and “in touch” they are
I loved the “Wreck-It Ralph”; it was my favorite movie out of all the Disney movies from this decade (yes, even over “Frozen”), but I didn’t think it needed a sequel. But this ruined it! Ralph and Vanellope became shells of their former selves, the fun arcade setting of the previous film was quickly discarded, and any potential a sequel may have had was out the window just to shill memes, other Disney properties, social justice values, and Gal Gadot. And I saw that ending coming a mile away, it was NEVER a question that Vanellope would stay in (ugh!) Slaughter Race and there’d be some “heartfelt” message about how Ralph should let her go. Don’t even get me started on the princess scene, and how Disney made the annoying, shallow views the likes of Peggy Orstein have towards their characters official!
The advertising and memes have been mentioned enough in other reviews, so I am going to focus on Slaughter Race and Shank. First of all, very uncreative names there. All Slaughter Race felt like was Disney’s way of saying, “look, we CAN put a realistic violent edgy game in here”. And Shank, no reason to love her at all; had this been fanfiction on the real Internet instead of a movie on a screen she’d have been criticized for being a Mary Sue. Both Vanellope’s and Ralph’s, especially the latter’s characters suffered greatly just to make her look better. I resent how popular she has already become, and hope I don’t run into her at any future visits to Disneyland or in any shows or parades there. Oh yeah, Slaughter Race is going to eventually go the way of Farmville, Five Nights at Freddy’s, and Dream Daddy. What then, selfish little girl who I’m supposed to believe is Vanellope?
Really, if they truly wanted to do more with the Wreck-It Ralph characters, there’s still things they could’ve done while sticking to the gaming and arcade setting, without ruining Ralph and Vanellope, AND without virtue signaling. But we got this, and now I’m not even so sure I can enjoy the original film, the tie-in book “One Sweet Race”, or even the princesses’ original films/anything else with them anymore! And the box office gross is giving Disney the impression they’ve done good. If I could wish this movie out of existence, I would in a heartbeat.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 52 min (112 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Director Phil Johnston, Rich Moore
Writer Phil Johnston (screenplay by), Pamela Ribon (screenplay by), Rich Moore (story by), Phil Johnston (story by), Jim Reardon (story by), Pamela Ribon (story by), Josie Trinidad (story by)
Actors John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Gal Gadot, Taraji P. Henson
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 3 wins & 66 nominations.
Production Company Walt Disney Animation Studios
Sound Mix DTS (DTS: X), Auro 11.1, Dolby Digital, SDDS, Dolby Surround 7.1, Dolby Atmos, Dolby
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (one scene: post-credits), 2.39 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital 3-D (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema (also 3-D version)